Make sure that both Preview windows are set to 'All Pages'. — Mac OS X How to Insert a Page From a PDF Using a Font How to Insert a Page From a PDF Using a Font — Mac OS X Guide The easiest way to insert a page is to use Fonts. Fonts can be changed quickly while you work, without having any font-specific configuration. For example, I could open up a PDF document and select the ⌫ icon as the Font, then select Font and Font Size, then set text in the text field ⌥, and then press Enter. The page of the document will then appear in the font you have selected. I recommend using the same font on every page. — Mac OS X Tutorial In some cases a page will not appear when the document is opened. Try these other solutions: How to Insert a Page From an Undo-Inserted Page How to Insert a Page From An Undo-Inserted Page — Mac OS X Page Editor How to Insert a Page From an Undo-Inserted Page How to Insert an Undo-Inserted Page How to Insert Untitled Page From a PDF Document (Mac OS X Hints) If a PDF document has multiple Untitled Pages, you can still insert an Untitled Page using your normal document functions. The Untitled Page won't appear in the document in the first place, but you can insert it before you save, and then save it along with the untitled pages. How to Insert an Untitled Page from a PDF Document (Mac OS X Hints) — Macintosh Help To open the Untitled Pages dialog, use the menu bar option. — Mac OS X Hints To insert an Untitled Page, use the menu bar option and select Open Untitled Page (TO). For more on how to open Untitled Pages in Adobe Acrobat, visit: How to Insert a Pages Page Into a PDF Document. How to Insert a Pages Page Into a PDF Document. — Apple Support Communities For more information on how to use Pages PDF page insert in Acrobat, visit: How to Insert a Pages Page Into a PDF Document. — Apple Support Communities Use the menu bar menu Options → Page Styles in the Mac OS X PDF Viewer. The dialog boxes are similar to those from Adobe's Preview, except Pages is not a panel.